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Children and the Environment (Human Behavior and by Irwin Altman

By Irwin Altman

Within the first volumes of the sequence we elected to hide a extensive spectrum of issues within the atmosphere and behaviour box, starting from theoretical to utilized, and together with disciplinary, interdiscipli­ nary, and professionally similar issues. Chapters in those past vol­ umes handled rest and game, the aged, own house, aesthetics, strength, behavioral techniques to environmental difficulties, methodological concerns, social symptoms, business settings, and so on. Chapters have been written by means of psychologists, sociologists, geogra­ phers, and different social scientists, and by means of authors from expert layout fields resembling city making plans, operations learn, panorama structure, and so forth. Our objective in those first volumes was once to provide a sampling of parts within the rising atmosphere and behaviour box and to offer readers a few perception into the range of study and theoretical views that signify the sector. starting with the current quantity, our efforts may be directed at a chain of thematic volumes. the current selection of chapters is concentrated on youngsters and the surroundings, and, up to attainable, we invited contributions that replicate numerous theoretical and em­ pirical views in this subject. the subsequent quantity within the sequence, now in practise, will deal with the realm of "culture and the surroundings. " feedback for attainable destiny themes are welcome. Irwin Altman Joachim F.

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P. 86) A similar view has been championed by Lewis and Goldberg, who report a significant relationship between maternal contingent responsiveness and the infant's habituation to a redundant visual stimulusa likely index of cognitive status. This same theorizing has been usefully extended to aid in understanding the apathy and passivity of institutionalized infants (Lewis & Goldberg, 1969; Hetherington & Parke, 1975). Finally, both the level (frequency and intensity of the mother's stimulation) and variety (richness and diversity of mother's input) of social stimulation was related to the infant's development.

D. H. Lawrence (1960, p. 100) described the deep satisfaction of clasping the silvery birch trunk against one's breast and sensing its smoothness and hardness, its vital knots and ridges. The West Indian writer V. S. Naipaul (1967, pp. 120-121) suggested that home is the body's memory of climbing up the smooth trunk of the poui tree as a child. " To the young child, moreover, the tree offers the excitement, the vastly expanded horizon, and the status of height. On top of a branch he is no longer a dwarf among giants; he is a giant himself and commands a world.

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